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Based on this, I think the S540 makes an excellent OpenGL card! Right clicking on any part of the desktop brings up Diamond's own menu, an eyesore really, considering the pause in between the menu loading, compared to the generic Windows 98! weblink

Reply With Quote November 21st, 2001,04:45 PM #7 Barbmac Guest i Have the Stealth III S540 card on my XP machine... Currently, my BH6 doesn't support AGP 4X and thus, this feature could not be tested, but I reckon that speeds would be slightly faster (not exactly 2X faster than AGP2X) due are my drivers wrong or is it just not a 3D card? Windows 7-10 Generic DriverWindows 7 32 bitWindows 7 64 bitWindows 10 64 bitWindows 10 32 bitWindows 7 Starter 64 bitWindows 7 Starter 32 bitWindows 7 Home Basic 64 bitWindows 7 Home http://www.driverscape.com/download/diamond-stealth-iii-s540

TV-In would definitely make the S540 stand out of its competitors and although that adds a few more dollars to the cost, I think it's defnitely a worthwhile choice! Nevertheless, the Savage4 provides good value for money when it comes to OpenGL, other wise you might just want to settle for a RIVA TNT based card instead. The last row of the result table 1 is obtained from Vijay's review of the Canopus Spectra 5400PE (RIVA TNT2-Ultra), his system is a C300A overclocked to 450MHz, running the Spectra5400

  1. The first thing you would notice about the cards is the lack of a fan.
  2. According to the addendum, these jumpers are meant for AGP 4X, and all the 3 jumpers would have to be shorted to enable AGP 4X.
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Here's other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: Diamond Stealth 3D 4000 Drivers v. 32209 (2/11/98) April 8, 1998 Windows NT 2,170 downloads 198 KB D driverv770_w9x_368.exe [more] Not Specified Diamond Viper VLB driverViper.zip [more] Windows 95 & 98 diamond viper 550 driverTNTW9XE.exe [more] Windows 95 & 98 The time now is 08:35 PM. I'd recommend this card for people who are willing to shell out $215 for the glamour of 32MB RAM (wah, like 32MB RAM very good hor!) and of course, for those

However, it would definitely be an added plus if the card could automatically detect between AGP4X and AGP2X The next most important thing that the S540 lacks would be a TV-Out To test if the S540 really excels at OpenGL, I started playing Half-Life in OpenGL mode, and I can defnitely shout this out, the OpenGL mode really rocks compared to Direct3D!!! The S3 Savage 4 is an old card and maybe XP doesn't support it or it might just use generic drivers which might be okay for internet surfing or word processing. http://www.techspot.com/drivers/driver/file/information/1789/ Otherwise, operate the computer in a air-conditioned room without the casing on, that pretty much solved the problem since the S540 kept locking up every 15 minutes into my Half-Life game

All rights reserved. TV-Out No TV-Out is minor issue to most users, however it matters if you are an avid gamer and buy things like wireless keyboards and invest heavily on a nice flat Thanks alot Reply With Quote November 16th, 2001,03:15 PM #2 WebHead View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Oct 2000 Posts 8,208 You should be able to get this FI110, Lenovo 4236SUS, NEC PC-LL750WG1JB, IBM 237319G, Toshiba Satellite R630, Compaq NY574AA-ABM CQ5205LA, HP GB342AA-AB0 a6086tw, NEC PC-VJ10MCHE2, Sony VGN-TZ37TN_B, Supermicro C2SBC-Q, Sony VGN-FW245J, and more.Diamond Stealth Iii S540 462For Windows

There is one setback...it is not registered with DirectX, but does not cause lockups if DirectX 6.x/7.x is installed.Uploaded ByCor de Boer (DG Member) on 6-Mar-2000 Related DriversDiamond Multimedia Driver Update http://forums.windrivers.com/showthread.php?10728-Diamond-Stealth-III-S540-(Windows-XP) Marginally, the RIVA TNT is better in 2D and 3D as well as the bus transfer rates. The Stealth family from Diamond has chipsets used from many different manufacturers, for example S3, Rendition and Intel, quite unlike the Viper family which has all its chipsets drawn from one One gripe however, the video BIOS takes a slightly longer time to load compared to my Asus TNT!

Feedback Doctor's Lounge « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests) Posting Permissions have a peek at these guys Diamond Stealth Iii S540 Driver DownloadDiamond Stealth Iii S540 Driver Details:Diamond Stealth Iii S540 File Name: diamond_stealth_iii_s540.zipDiamond Stealth Iii S540 Driver Version: 252BhDiamond Stealth Iii S540 ZIP Size: 140.kbManufacturer: Diamond Diamond All rights reserved. However if you intend to use TV out merely for bragging to your friends ("Oh, I've got a Sony 29" monitor at home!"), then you'd be more than disappointed, the text

driverSpeedStarA50-AGP.zip [more] Windows 95 & 98 28020050-001 Speedstar A55 - German driverW9xA55_G.exe [more] Windows 95 & 98 28020050-001 Speedstar A55 - Portugues driverW9xA55_P.exe [more] Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. As where indicated PII-375 would mean I'm overclocking my system to 5.0 X 75.5MHz and PII-416 would mean overclocking to 5.0 X 83.3MHz. check over here Thanks Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Video Adapter/Monitor Drivers Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Drivers by Category BIOS/Motherboard Drivers CD-ROM/CDR(-W)/DVD Drivers Digital

exemple Wolfeinstien Multiplayer.... driverw95s25_3.exe [more] Windows 95 & 98 Diamond Viper V330 drivervpr0127p.zip [more] Windows 95 & 98 V550 driverViper.rar [more] Windows 95 & 98 Despite that, the loading time of games like NFS3 and Half-Life is very fast and during gameplay the S540 feels smooth and no freezes whatsoever!

Final Reality This set of benchmarks shows how shameful a defeat the Savage4 suffers from the some-what "dated" RIVA TNT chipset.

This card is based on the S3 Savage4 Pro chipset,the last card we saw bearing the Stealth badge was the Stealth II G460 which was based on the Intel i740 chipset. It's good for internet and anything under a 500mhz. Well, I did not try plucking the heatsink off the Savage4 chip, but I guess that the heatsink is bonded by the normal paste like grey thermal compound, not like others I don't know when :).

All rights reserved. Diamond needs to spend more time re-considering that feature! Results 1 to 7 of 7 Thread: Diamond Stealth III S540 Xtreme XP Driver Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced http://depthvision.net/diamond-stealth/diamond-stealth-iii-s540-drivers.html Discussion Thread Date Diamond Multimedia Diamond stealth 3d 2000 (Windows 95) [PCI / ISA] 1 reply Apr 8, 2014 Diamond Multimedia Stealth 2000 (Windows XP Home) [PCI / ISA] 1 reply

A quick check with PowerStrip showed that the memory was running at 143.2MHz, its rated speed, and PowerStrip would not allow me to either increase the memory speed or its core